can we just take a moment to imagine little cute six-year-old hermione reading matilda
and peering into this book about a smart, bookish girl who could move things with her mind
and then can you imagine her concentrating very hard on the books on the bookshelf and slowly, slowly, getting them to move
OH MY GOSH
I have sort of lost track of the days of this, oops. Not much as changed since the last update, except for the fact that I changed my tongue bar to a shorter one.
The difference is glorious (not to be dramatic or anything). I can talk and eat normally now, without fear of tugging on the longer bar.
I changed the bar a bit earlier than is recommended (after one week) because I’m starting a new job tomorrow and I needed to change the ball to a more discreet one.
I had originally intended to go to my local piercer and have her change it for me, however she wasn’t working on Saturday and the guy that was there was an absolute asshole. So he didn’t change it for me.
If you’re a dramatic baby like me then I recommend having a friend on hand to help you when you’re changing the bar for the first time. My lovely boyfriend assisted me as I drooled everywhere and struggled. In the end it was actually quite easy, although I panicked because the bar was out for a whole 3 seconds and I was worried it would close.
I’m excited to try out different jewellery over the next few months.
Questions welcome! Anon on.
Whenever I meet someone who likes Harry Potter, I get really excited but I have to tell myself to calm down and be cool and tread carefully because chances are they just like Harry Potter and I don’t want to scare them off by unleashing the Harry Potter maniac monster within me in all its glory